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on a transatlantic free trade agreement. >> pope benedict celebrates his last public mass as pontiff inside st. peter's basilica in rome. >> and the movie "night train to lisbon" has its world premiere at the berlin film festival. president barack obama says the american economy has made important progress, but there is still a long way to go. he delivered the annual state of the union address in washington last night and urged americans to help jump-start the country's sluggish -- sluggish economy. >> pushing hard for a special economy would significant job growth. that looks like the message obama plans to hammer home time and time again during his time in office. >> presidents also touched on foreign policy, praising u.s. soldiers stationed in afghanistan and promising them a speedy return home. >> the president of the united states. [applause] >> it is a washington ritual, long applause, handshakes, and hugs on both sides of the aisle. in his speech, obama focused clearly on domestic issues, among them, raising the minimum wage, reforming immigration, and modernizing the education system. he also
appear far apart on most of the issues. susan mcginnis, cbs news, washington. >>> pope benedict makes his last public appearances before thousands of followers. i'm danielle nottingham at the vat kang. i'll have the story coming up. -- at the vatican. i'll have the story coming up. >>> we'll show you america's top dog at >>> they were the magnificent seven at the madison square garden last night. seven group winners competed for top honors at the annual westminster kennel club dog show. and for the first time this year, a reserve best in show winner was selected. we presume that's in case the champion is unable to fulfill its duties. and that runner-up spot went to the old english sheep dog. and then it was time for the big announcement. >> best in show winner for the 137th westminster kennel club dog show is the affenpinscher. [ cheers and applause ] >> little banana joe from the toy group took home the biggest prize. little banana joe has been living in the united states for competition, but now at the grand old age of 5 he's retiring and he's going to return to his owners who live in h
tonight. >> pope benedict xvi announcing he is stepping down as leader of the catholic church. >> jon: popes can do that? i assumed the papacy was like a lifetime commitment like being in the mob or being a correspondent on "60 minutes." in any case we'll bring you full team coverage of the pope's resignation in "holy quit." how is it going with that popey changey thing? now, the pope has issued a statement citing the growing toll of his advanced age leaving him ill suited for his ministry. but popes usually don't retire until they are called back to the home office. this hasn't happened in 600 years. the obvious question would be... >> what does a retired pope do? 's a retired pope to do? do retired popes do? jon: i'm not a religious scholar but if i know anything about retired people probably the same as what they all do. ♪ what do you mean what does he do? he's an 85-year-old. what does he do? he sits on his porch in a track suit and wrap-around sunglasses and he yells at the neighbor's kids. maybe he putters around in garden watching a little daytime tv and someone notices that
benedict making his first appearance since his resignation announcement. there was a kind of rumbling in rome, a kind of aftershock and abc's dan harris is at the vatican to tell us more. >> reporter: on this ash wednesday, at his last public mass, pope benedict received a rare, rapture rouse standing ovation. earlier in the day, at a public say mowny, a similar reception, with cheers and tears. benedict was visibly moved. how was the atmosphere in the room? >> electric. solemn and electric at the same time. >> i almost cried. honestly, it was wonderful. >> reporter: debeneath the applause, there are thorny questions swirling. we were struck by the fact that the pope said again today that he was resigning of his own free will. there's been a real emphasis on pointing out that the pope made this decision of his own volition. why? why is that? >> because italians love conspiracy theories. >> reporter: he's not kidding. the local papers here read like a dan brown novel, teaching with benedict being driven out by internal intrigue. conservatives in the vatican are calling the pope's resig
responded to that in a remarkable way. benedict xvi thought it wouldn't play out that way and he was not going to hold the stage simply to hold the stage. he was going to make a humble act of acceptance of what he believes is god's will. >> is he making the decision about when the conclave will start? there are a lot of people who will wait the 15 days. normally it would be a period of mourning, but the pope has not died. >> i find this frankly ratherer puzzling myself. i'm told the decision was made by the dean of the college of cardinals and the guy who runs the church, if you will. it does seem to me to be rather a long time to wait to enclose the conclave. we have already had the three-week period before the pope officially steps down. >> it does seem like there a lot of decisions yet to be made. we were talking about the fact we know the pope is going to go for a short time. then literally straight down the street at the vatican, there's what is essentially a monetary and we're just learning that they have been doing some fix-it-up construction work since this summer. >> i w
have new details on his help. any speculation reduce speculation of pope benedict's success. >> following a strategic review. they hope to cut 4000 jobs. almost half will come out of the investment bank. >> bob diamond was blamed for changing from a top banking to high risk investment banking. they were outraged by the size of bonuses and the illegal fixing of the libor rates. the new went on how they want to change for barclays. >> i think we were into short- term focus. on occasion we were too self- serving. what we're talking about is building a better barclays that learned from those experiences that will deliver the whole of our stakeholders. >> he is not only want to improve the bank's image with the public, he wants to woo investors as well. the bank made a $360 million loss last year. he is cutting $2.5 billion from barkley's annual costs. 1900 jobs will go with the european retail and business banking sector. 1800 in corporate banking. >> the investment bank's deliver 4.1 billion of this profit. they are losing money on the retail side. the investment bank will reta
more on the first appearance from pope benedict xvi since his announce thamt he ment that he's stepping down at the end of the month. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. this is ash wednesday. it's usually a somber day in the catholic church. there's a celebratory air here in vatican city as the pope begins what some are calling his farewell tour. this morning, the public getting its first chance to express their appreciation for pope benedict since announcing his abdica abdication. with the end of his papacy days away. a church famous for its rituals, vatican officials are working without a script as benedict moves into retirement. what are you going to call pope benedict once he steps down? >> i don't think he will be the pope emeritus. one of his other titles is the bishop of rome. he will probably be the americas bishop of rome sfw. >> reporter: showed a flare for fashion, earning the nickname the prada pope. this monastery is being renovated for pope benedict. it will have a library for the scholarly man and his cat also accompany him. no word yet on whether there
. that's st. peter's basilica you see over my shoulder where pope benedict xvi celebrated what is likely his last public mass as leader of the six billion catholics around the world. today also the first time we've seen his holiness since he announced he's too tired to continue his role as pope. earlier he told a cheering and tearful crowd that he is stepping down for the good of the church. now the vatican is giving us a better idea of exactly how that transition will work. we've also learned when the cardinals will meet to elect the next pope. much more on that later in this hour live from rome. but first, we have new signs that the rogue excop suspected in several murders died after yesterday's dramatic shootout in the mountains of big bear lake in california. a source is telling the associated press that a charred body plus a wallet and other personal items turned up inside that burned out cabin at the center of the standoff including a driver's license bearing the name christopher dorner. that source did not reveal how investigators found those items or what condition they're in now
. >>> pope benedict is presiding over what is believed to be his final mass on this ash wednesday. nbc's chris jansing is live on phone now inside the vatican where the general audience is listening to pope benedict. good morning. >> good morning. i just seconds stepped out from that audience. i can tell you when the pope made his appearance, the reaction was absolutely ecstatic. he walked without help to the chair and now for several minutes has been reading a statement which is traditional at these audiences saying that he decided to step down for the good of the church and thanking people for their prayers. this is the first of two appearances later today will be the mass which will be held at st. peter's. typically it is held at a much smaller church in rome. this is the really last important day in the church calendar where he'll preside as pope before stepping down on february 28th. the timing, we are told, part of his own plan is that he would like to have a new pope in place in time for easter. but the pope making his final appearance as you're able to see from rome. i can tell
getting the community more involved. >>g more about pope benedict resignation tonight. we have pictures of the place he will live in retirement. he's supposedly going to quit at the end of the month. plus the call for new pope who represents a changing world now. nuts reporter david right is at the vatican. >> end of the month he will have to mav out of the of palace. pope official residence since the 17th century. every previous occupant stayed until he died. pope benedict will be the first to walk out the door. won't have to walk far. today the vatican revealed his retirement home just behind st. peter's. former nun with the own chapel and library. vatican spokesman disclosed new details about the pope deteriorating health. revealing he has a pacemaker. recently underwent surge are i to replace the battery. >> nothing sudden. past few years he certainly slowed down a bit. >>reporter: already the focus on chasing successor. process not at all lake voting for president. >> tried to read god mind. who do you want as pope. >> black pope or asian pope would make history. one p
gop responses. we'll dig into those as well. >> also new this morning, pope benedict xvi speaks out for the first time since his shocking resignation. what he told followers as they celebrate ash wednesday. >>> plus, 4,000 people on that stranded cruise ship slowly being pulled to shore at this very minute and it is frankly gross out there. we have the latest. >> wednesday, february 13th. a special edition of "starting point" begins right now. >>> welcome, everybody. you're watching "starting point." comi coming to you from the nation's capit capital. we have complete coverage from the president's state of the union address. first, the manhunt for an accused killer, christopher dorner. charred remains have been inside in that burned out cabin. with a suspect believed to be dorner. the body has not yet been identified. and it could be a while before there is a positive i.d.. >> recovering bodies out of burned buildings as you may know is very difficult and difficult to identify the remains of someone in a building and that could take days or possibly even weeks to do dna analysis or
. these are live pictures out of the vatican. pope benedict i believe -- not visible in this shot. pope benedict is making his first public appearances since announcing his resignation. he's celebrating ash wednesday mass at st. peters basilica. earlier the pontiff addressed an audience of thousands, reassuring him that his decision to step down is for the good of the church. studio b and fox report anchor shepard smith is live in rome. shepard it's my understanding we now know when the college of cardinals will be meeting to choose the new pope. >> reporter: we do indeed, jon the middle of march, march 15th is the date where the 116, 17 or so minus those who are over 80 years old will come together and begin the process, a time-honored tradition. we learned a lot today, really, jon besides when the conclave will begin. we've learned about this pope's final day. of course that is 15 days from today on february the 28th. he'll attend a morning ceremony at the vatican with all of his cardinals and then fly off by helicopter at 5:00 rome time in the afternoon. he normally completes his day at 8:00p
. pope benedict's resignation, faced with a problem it hasn't had in nearly 600 years. our own shepard smith is live at the vatican next. [applause] [ female announcer ] research suggests cell health plays a key role throughout our lives. one a day women's 50+ is a complete multivitamin designed for women's health concerns as we age. it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day 50+. >> well, the cat arthritic-- the catholic church has a problem, how it plans to deal with the unusual circumstance having two popes alive at the same time. shepard smith is live in rome. so, shep, what will the catholic church do with two popes, like a retired ceo calling up the new guy, i wouldn't have done it that way. >> they hope not and they will not be the case here. according to the church. the current pope will step aside actually on the 28th of this month and go to a papal retreat and at eight o'clock the papsy ends and 15th of march or so, give or take, call the cardinals in, elect a new pope and the new pope will be the new pope and that's it. the other problem, pope benedict will sti
the investigation. linda so, abc2 news. >>> on this morning pope benedict xvi presided at ash wednesday services. this is a live look at what's going on in rome as we speak. this was likely the pope's last ash wednesday address and it was also going tonight last public speaking event coming in rome. the venue changed after the pope did come in to make has announcement of retirement ending in the month. he told the faithful he was stepping down "for the good of the church." this is the first time we are hearing from him since the surprise announcement two days ago. >>> today president obama hits the road to drum up support for his programs to help the middle class. he is going to make a stop in asheville north carolina. these are proposals that he brought up in his state of the anion a-- union address last night including a plan to raise the minimum wage and find work for 12.3 million unemployed americans. >> it's our unfinished task to make sure this government works on behalf of the many. not just the few. let's declare in the wealthiest nation on earth, no one who works full-time should have t
. >>> pope benedict xvi spoke publicly for the first time today about his resignation at his regular weekly audience before leading an ash wednesday mass. >> translator: i have done these in full freedom for the benefit of the church, but i have prayed for a long time and i have examined before god my conscience, fully aware of the gravity and seriousness of such acts. >> cnn's max foster is joining us now from rome. what kind of response, max, did the pontiff receive? >> i have to say, it's been a really emotional day here in rome. i spoke to lots of people coming out of that audience today. it was meant to just be an average weekly audience, by it certainly wasn't that. it was the first time he's spoke since he resigned. that news has settled in now and people are now responding to that. they want you to give a sense to the pope that they were very grateful and there was a huge cheer we entered that audience in the morning. and when they came out, they were generally emotional. then you have the large mass that pope benedict will reside over in st. peter's basilica. it wasn't meant to be
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